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Harvard Classics, Vol. 49, Part 3
 
The Destruction of Dá Derga’s Hostel
 
 
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CONTENTS
Bibliographic Record
TRANSLATED BY WHITLEY STOKES

NEW YORK: P.F. COLLIER & SON COMPANY, 1909–14
NEW YORK: BARTLEBY.COM, 2001
 
 
Introductory Note
  1. Introductory
  2. The Room of Cormac Condlongas
  3. The Room of Cormac’s Nine Comrades
  4. The Room of the Picts, this
  5. The Room of the Pipers
  6. The Room of Conaire’s Majordomo
  7. The Room of Mac cecht, Conaire’s battle-soldier
  8. The Room of Conaire’s three sons, Oball and Oblin and Corpre
  9. The Room of the Fomorians
  10. The Room of Munremar son of Gerrchenn and Birderg son of Ruan and Mál son of Telband
  11. The Room of Conall Cernach
  12. The Room of Conaire Himself
  13. The Room of the Rearguards
  14. Le fri flaith son of Conaire, whose likeness this is
  15. The Room of the Cupbearers
  16. The Room of Tulchinne the Juggler
  17. The Room of the Swineherds
  18. The Room of the Principal Charioteers
  19. The Room of Cuscrad Son of Conchobar
  20. The Room of the Under-Charioteers
  21. The Room of the Englishmen
  22. The Room of the Equerries
  23. The Room of the Judges
  24. The Room of the Harpers
  25. The Room of the Conjurers
  26. The Room of the Three Lampooners
  27. The Room of the Badbs
  28. The Room of the Kitcheners
  29. The Room of the Servant-Guards
  30. The Room of the King’s Guardsmen
  31. The Room of Nia and Bruthne, Conaire’s Two Waiters
  32. The Room of Sencha and Dubthach and Gobniu Son of Lurgnech
  33. The Room of the Three Manx Giants
  34. The Room of Dá Derga
  35. The Room of the Three Champions from the Elfmounds
  36. The Room of the Doorwards
  37. The Room of Fer caille
  38. The Room of the Three Sons of Bálthis of Britain
  39. The Room of the Mimes
  40. The Room of the Cupbearers
  41. The Room of Nár the Squinter-with-the-left-eye


 
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